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. the pass to ross, beautiful, 52 yards in stride. asu clobbers the midshipmen 62- 28. >>> west virginia and syracuse playing a different weather. snowy, yankie stadium for the pin stripe bowl. gino smith to stedman bailey what eludes defenders. 32 yards for the score. nice run by bailey. but the weather made passing difficult. the mounties had no answer. orange win this one 38-14. >>> finally tonight, in honor of tomorrow's big game, kay perry's dog got a christmas treat. he seems to enjoying that tony perkins stuffed doll. big game. complete post-game coverage for you guys tomorrow night for "game on." >> that was awesome. >> he's enjoying that little chew toy. >> thanks so much for watching tonight. you can get any updates on-line at wusa9.com. we'll see you here tomorrow night. have a great night, everybody.
up on twitter at fox 5 ross or fox 5 facebook page and we will answer your pressing questions and concerns about your washington redskins who fell behind last night 7-0 when tony romo hit jason. the redskins have been trailing. here's the reason why. alfred morris, what a find this 6th round pick has been and whipped up the cowboys yesterday. 33 carries and this carry breaks the single season rushing record held by clinton portis. gives a hand to the rookie who has 1613 yards. what a day. rgiii in the third quarter going to break the 7 all tie by limping into the end zone. 14-7 at that point. and alfred morris. look at the cut back and doesn't have a ton of speed but enough to get to the house. 200 yards on the day. three touchdowns. redskins win 28-18 and morris talked about that rushing record. >> it was special. never really on my mind about the record. but i don't want to disconsider it. it was an honor to pass clint portis. you can call myself a fan. he told me before the game i want you to break the record. coming from where i came from, i'm thankful. it's a humbling ex
-- performers like diana ross and youtube stark psy -- singer recently came under fire for a anti-american song he recorded years ago, but he apologized tonight. >> a drunk driving accidents involving to dallas cowboys players. we will tell you what happened and the suspects -- what the coach had to save minutes after today's game. >> also had how day one of legal same-sex marriage went in the state of washington. >> are weather here -- we will study the impact >> you are watching abc news at 11 -- on your site. >> dallas cowboys player just brant is out of jail tonight after posting bond. he is charged of manslaughter after a drunk driving crash that claimed the life of his teammate, jerry brown. he says he is just trying to deal with the death of his best friend. the head coach also spoke about brown. >> if you watched jerry brown practice, you know that he loves football. he practiced so hard. he was here for one day -- we said that is going to be the team player of the week. he gave the players everything he could handle. he loved the game. he loved being part of our team. he
, dr. ross. >> get him vitamins. he'll be back out there in a week. you are wondering why he's not out there if it is a stressed out knee. >> we'll see. thank you, dave. the famous crystal ball that drops in time square, looks different this year. >> i want to get through christmas first. we'll look at what's new coming up. >> and why not give the gift of a brighter future this holiday season. how you can help the dc central kitchen do just that. we'll check in with holly morris when we come back. 7:22. >>> back now with the search for a man who sexually assaulted a teenager inside her home. this happened yesterday afternoon in woodbridge. showing you a sketch of the suspect. the victim says this man knocked on the door and claimed to work for a cable company. once inside he pulled out what appeared to be a knife and sexually assaulted the teenager. >> police are trying to track down the thieves who have stolen two of the police cruisers in less than a week. the first was taken thursday and friday and later found in maryland. a shotgun and computer were missing. the second was stolen f
the worst with more on the president's policies we have carol ross. i had the pleasure of big to during the chief economist to said he would think confidence is down because of hurricane sandy but it is because of the election and small businesses. their job creator. >> absolutely. they're actually not doing anything they are not sure what to expect the longer with the fiscal cliff nonsense and then we have obamacare everybody is very concerned and the choice is do nothing. said the small-business community sits and waits. that is not what we want for our country. tracy: resaw the cap that six -- capex spending come to a halt. everybody is in no holding pattern? >> absolutely remember as small business owner the hiring and the individual person is such a bigger impact. they take those decisions because they don't know what is coming up ahead. on the big business side what is overlooked how many small-business owners are affected. the rich is the small business owners to our tax through the past three entities. >> when you file the schedule c it is part of the individual tax return. then
and fort ross. ken wayne got a close up look at the slide. >> reporter: the roads are still wet here in sonoma county. we've seen first hand what happens when the ground becomes saturated. this is highway 1, just south of fort ross. the saturated soil gave way just beneath the roadway, taking part of the asphalt, and leaving a stretch of guardrail dangling beneath the cliff. >> we came this way this morning, and we were able to get through, so the kind of a bummer that we can't go back. >> reporter: so far, the closure hasn't affected business at the timber cove inn. >> all of our guests have gotten through. >> reporter: still, some employees will have a tough time getting home tonight. >> that's where everything ends. the electricity, the telephone lines, everything ends right there. >> do you know if you have power at home? >> no, i don't. i'll find out. >> reporter: closure signs were also posted on valley ford road. not everyone paid heed. while some threw caution to the weekend, others decided to turn around, including the mail carrier. >> it happens every year, and everybody ou
county. a five mile stretch of the highway was closed between jener and fort ross. ken wayne got a close up look at the slide. >> reporter: the roads are still wet here in sonoma county. we've seen first hand what happens when the ground becomes saturated. this is highway 1, just south of fort ross. the saturated soil gave way just beneath the roadway, taking part of the asphalt, and leaving a stretch of guardrail dangling beneath the cliff. >> we came this way this morning, and we were able to get through, so the kind of a bummer that we can't go back. >> reporter: so far, the closure hasn't affected business at the timber cove inn. >> all of our guests have gotten through. >> reporter: still, some employees will have a tough time getting home tonight. >> that's where everything ends. the electricity, the telephone lines, everything ends right there. >> do you know if you have power at home? >> no, i don't. i'll find out. >> reporter: closure signs were also posted on valley ford road. not everyone paid heed. while some threw caution to the weekend, others decided to turn around, includ
, the solution was more difficult. an expert on ancient systems of transportation is ross hassig. mesoamerica had no wheels that were usable in any meaningful sense. they had no draft animals to pull a wheeled vehicle if they had had a wheeled vehicle. so all goods were taken in one of two ways -- by canoe or raft where there was water -- and except for the coastal areas, bodies of water that were navigable for any length of time were quite rare in mesoamerica. the typically, these porters were carrying approximately 50 pounds. now, you can, of course, carry more or you can carry less. but the more you carry, the shorter the distance you can usually go. so 50 pounds was about average for long-distance, day-after-day carriage. keach: so for copan's metateros, the market potential was limited by technology. because they had to carry the stones to market on their backs, the market had to be close by. filomeno's problem is similar. although he can use a bus to get his metates to market, the cost of transportation must be added to the sale price. if filomeno transports his metates much beyond the neig
. brian ross has >> all took place in small town of newtown, connecticut. place where everything is nearby. spree ended at the elementary school that began at the lanza family home. authorities identified the shooter as 20-year-old adam lanza seen here in a picture taken seven years ago and provided to abc news by a family friend who told us adam was obviously not well something we also heard from a newtown real estate agent barbara fray a family friend. >> he was not connected with the other kids. my son played with him when they were young and in her home i know she was very particular. i just think she maybe had too high a standard or something. or focused only too much. >> brian ross reporting. mean while adam lanza hold older brother ryan is cooperate with police. he was initially named as suspect in the shooting. officers are telling report earth's that ryan is being questioned but is not in custody. ryan is said to have told officers he has not been in touch with his brother in recent years. adam lanza father also talking about police and the fbi. he's vice presid
" columnist ross douthat the and cornell. the president said he wanted to see a straight up-or-down vote. as we mentioned that, will happen on monday in the senate. he could lose that up-or-down vote. >> i think you're likely to see something come out of the senate. you have to pay attention, especially on the senate side to tone. what minority leader mcconnell was saying was tone was right. i think you'll see something come out of the senate but i think the problem comes on the house side, whether or not speaker boehner what it send theirs way to go an up or down vote without having the majority of the majority. >> ross, this is what speaker boehner said he wanted to push off to the senate. nothing helps us answer the big question, can his speaker bring his conference on board? could house republicans now be ready to accept a compromise, even if they don't like what's in it? >> i think a lot depends on what the democrats are willing to give at this point. the democrats sort of have an interesting dilemma where it's the sort of bird in the hand issue. i think if you do have something com
right now in clover dale a long highway 101. you can see here sea ranch fort ross jenner now starting to pick up moderate rainfall. around continue barn -- tin barn road, moderate rain this, is gibbing to move towards us so watch out. the wind is already picking up. temperatures though winds picked up, are running milder than yesterday at this time. we have low 50s to low 60s. gusts right now at sfo gusting to 35 miles per hour starting to get gusty in concord, santa rosa. 25, half moon bay, gusts 31 miles per hour. wet, windy for morning commute. wleer looking at more rain for the weekend. hang on to rain gear, you're going to need it. here is a look at the slow-moving storm. it's what we had expected. the rain would be in towards yu kaia#x and slowly sagging our way. we do have a couple waves of rain for upcoming weekend. we may see possibilities of thunder. 7:00 p.m. not shifting very far. as we head into the one two,, 3:00 hour, it's still in the same area, light to moderate rain for 5:00 a.m. commute. we'll continue to see winds gust agent times, hang on to steering wheels. 7:00
christmas for cody ross and family. he agrees to a three year, $26 million deal with the arizona d backs. ross a post season hero for the giants in 2010. last year he had 22 home runs and 81 runs batted in for boston. he turns 32 tomorrow. already lives in scottsdale. >>> raul ibanez agrees to a one year deal with the seattle mariners. he played with the yankees last year. this is the third different time ibanez has played with the mariners. >>> that is sports for this saturday night edition of sports wrap. warriors lose in overtime tonight to the lakers. golden state still are an exciting young, aggress i fun team to watch. >> having a good record so far. >> still going good. >> thank you, fred. >> and that's our report for tonight. thank you for trusting ktvu ktvu channel 2 news. >> before we leave you tonight. we want to show you one last look at our weather radar. still some bands of rain out there. parts of san jose as well as this system moves out. be sure to join us tomorrow morning. that'sng
correspondent brian ross is back with what he knows at this hour. >> reporter: as you and dan reported, this all took place in the small town of newtown, connecticut, a place where everything is nearby. the spree ended at the elementary school, but began at the lanza family home. authorities identified the shooter as 20-year-old adam lanza, seen here in a picture taken seven years ago and provided to abc news by a family friend who told us adam was obviously not well. something we also heard from a newtown real estate agent, barbara frey, a family friend. >> he was not connected with the other kids. my son played with him when they were young. and in her home, i know she was very particular. i just think she maybe had too high a standard or something, or focused too much, for whatever reason. >> so was there conflict or tension between the two of them? >> the parent and child? >> yes. >> not that i know of, but the fact that the parents were divorced must have contributed. >> the mother was the first to die according to police. adam's father and brother are being questioned by authorities in new
lot to talk about in this morning's sports breakfast. >> dave ross will be here to break down the sunday match-up between the redskins and cowboys. first, we'll check back in with tucker to talk about the chances of winter weather this weekend.  >>> with the chances of more winter weather heading our way, now is the great time to get the fox 5 weather app. search for d.c. weather in the app store. you can also text fox 5 weather to 29473. >> yes. what i abeautiful shot outside right now as we take a live look. that is the moon up there in the sky. is this a light? >> come on, sarah. >> it is the moon, right? >> i'm with you. >> it is the moon. >> i just didn't realize it was that clear out. i did not see the moon as i was driving in this morning but a beautiful look outside. >> either that or it is a hole in the sky. >> ready for the aliens to come down. >> we have news here. >> it is that big spaceship we were waiting for. >> never mined my wintry forecast. you got other things. let's get to the headlines. -- never mind my wintry forecast. >> we are a l
will play sunday? dave ross is next with sports.  >>> time now to talk to dave ross about sports. >> good morning. >> wing anterior doing better than they're doing up in new york. what wear figuring out if, if you have two quarterbacks, it is a good problem to v it is a good problem to have that the redskin have this week. we are talking about kirk cuss ipse who came out on sunday. i guess sensational might be strong but he was really good. this is the big connection to leonard hankerson. 32 # yards. that is the second most of any redskin rookie in the history of the redskins. the most by any redskins quarterback since rex grossman did it back in 2010. so we kind of hinted around it yesterday. do you let him go one more week and rest rg iii another week as you get ready for the eagles. here what is the head coach had to say about it. >> we're going to play robert when he is 100%. when that ligament is fine and the doctors feel that there is no chance for injury, that he can go out there and perform at the level in a game situation without injury, we're going to go with our starter. >> the
? fox 5's dave ross here to debate the xs and os. >> off the wall, dave ross with the martin, wiz. it's all about one thing, the cowboys and the redskins, the biggest game arguably that we have seen in d.c. in -- well, at least as long as we have been here, decades. how long have you been here? >> 10 years. >> 18 for me and i can't recall a bigger game. >> i said decades. >> what are the keys to victory? >> run the ball, stop the other team on defense, don't let dallas get -- because dallas has skilled players with harris, miles austin and bryant, they have skilled players. tony romo is okay. the key is going to be if the redskins secondary can shut down those particular scale of players, the running game is okay. >> i agree. >> they got to stop the long ball. >> i would tend to agree with that but that's what they do. you don't want to let demarco murray get going. my concern is the other side of the ball because if i'm the redskins and red cross red cross with the knee -- robert griffin iii -- if his knee is okay we can run it with effectiveness. >> i don't think the knee is going t
responsibility. scott smith and dave ross are up next in sports.  >>> welcome to fed ex field. i'm scott smith, where if this season came down to week 17, it will come down to the final quarter. redskins lead 14-7 in what has been a rather slow scoring game. unlike the thanksgiving game that these two met in back in november, obviously it was a 69- point combined effort in that game. 14-7. redskins have taken the lead in the late third quarter. griffin with a nice run to give the go ahead score. it has been a record setting evening for alfred morris. passes the franchise season rushing yards total. he also surpasses charlie taylor's rookie touchdown record. 11th in this game. been a great defensive effort by the redskins in this one. two tony romo interceptions. redskins seem to have it on their side this quarter. less than 100 yards passing for rg3. little bit of a weakness in that leg. not running a lot. he did just run in the go ahead score of this game, so we will keep -- keep tuned into the final quarter of play. obviously the crowd, playoff atmosphere here, packed house, as the wi
still ahead on fox 5 morning news. >> we are talking about the redskins big win. dave ross joins us later this hour with highlights and we're looking ahead for the burgundy and gold hosting the seahawks in the upcoming wild card game at fedex field. >> a lot of excitement about that and a lot of disappointment about this. the fiscal cliff fight, still no agreement but we could get word of new developments later on this morning. stay with us. we'll be right back. ht back.  >>> take a live look at udc right now, an area down there and pretty quiet as you can imagine. new year's eve, a lot of people are still off for the holidays and it is good that they'll be off because it is pretty cold. you don't want to be out there having to deal with your morning commute today. that is for sure. >> a few stragglers i saw -- >> redskins celebrating? >> a few stragglers from late night celebrations. >> they'll be celebrating tonight because of the new year. >> it is cold out. temperatures at or below freezing. so if you are growing to be straggling out and about the next couple of hours or so, m
a little bit, dave ross will be here. he has another interview with lorenzo alexander of the redskins coming up. >> good morning. you saw the visibility. iality better than it was yesterday. during the afternoon yesterday, the fog got dense for a while. >> it did. that was weird. >> i think we'll see more sunshine than we've seen the last couple of days and temperatures which will be bothered aring on the balmy side, upper 50s. >> it feels good. it is after all. >> december 18th. i know because it is my mother's birthday. >> oh, happy birthday j allison's daughter's birthday is today as well. >> that's right. >> december 18th. more sunshine, temperatures upper 50s. one region that has a dense fog advisory up toward hagerstown, martinsburg as you get into western maryland. you've gait dense fog advisory. eastern west virginia as well. dense fog advisory until #:00 a.m. the rest of us, visibility should be improving. we will not be dealing with the dense fog we had around here. here we are, 49 now in washington. 52 in annapolis. these temperatures obviously very warm for this time year.
-- the brand that's acclaimed by doctors, celebrities and beauty experts like ross burton. he's the emmy-nominated makeup artist for the oprah winfrey show and one of philosophy's biggest fans. ...oh, lovely to meet you. >> welcome, welcome, so great to have you. >> so, ross, how awesome is it to have oprah as one of your clients? >> oh, kimberley, i mean, think of it. >> yes. >> it's a dream job. >> i'm curious to know: can't you make anyone's skin look good with makeup? >> you know, kimberley, there's nothing more beautiful than great-looking skin. i love working with smooth and even skin because the better the skin, the more beautiful the makeup. >> so you recommend philosophy products to your clients? >> you know what, i recommend the retinoid pads to all of my clients. i have been using philosophy for several years now and i adore it. when i have a client sit in my chair, i can tell if she's been using the retinoid pads because her skin looks smooth and it looks flawless. >> can you really see a difference? >> once you start to use the retinoid pads, makeup will truly be an option.
.m. a loss and the skins can get in as a wild card. dave ross will explain those scenarios in about 30 minutes. >>> our big story, last minute holiday shopping. if you haven't finished your christmas list, today is your last chance. many stores are trying to cash in on the last minute shoppers with megadeals and extended hours. fox 5's sherri ly is live with the details. good morning, sherri. >> reporter: good morning, tyson center just opened at 6:00 this morning. most of the stores are still closed. macy's is open. it has been open for 24 hours since the weekend. i better head over there. wait a minute, i have to finish here first. other stores will open at 8:00 and the rest at 10:00 this morning. a lot of the stores are offering great deals. we have seen deals throughout the mall, 50, 60% off. some buy one get one. there are deep discounts as the stores make up for a weak holiday season. stores got off to a weak start. sales could surpass black friday. half of all consumers still had shopping to do. a number of stores are extending hours staying open around the clock. some are open
and welcome to "squawk box" here on cnbc. i'm andrew ross sorkin along with joe kernen. becky continues to have the day off today. our guest host today is bob broska. house speaker john boehner urging the senate to come up with a passable fiscal cliff solution. he's promising to at least consider any bill that the upper chamber produces. senate majority leader harry reid now expected to base any legislation on a bill passed earlier this year to continue tax breaks for households will incomes below $250,000. a senate bill would likely contain an extension of expiring unemployment benefits. and the other big news of the morning, treasury secretary tim geithner unveiling a plan to buy time under the debt ceiling. in a letter to congress, geithner saying that treasury is going to begin taking steps this week to delay hitting the government's 16$16.4 trillion borrowing limit. treasury will take several measures to save that next year to keep the government from reaching the limit for about two months. but geithner warns it is harder to predict how long the delay will last because of all of t
for the first time today, when you not the last. >> thank you, ross.not the last. >> thank you, ross. shanghai composite recovered from its four year low as property financials, rebounded. shale gas and geothermal plays also rallied as beijing plans to cut its annual coal consumption target by 2015. the hang seng finished m eed marginally in the green. losses in the services sector capped the up side. in japan, down beat manufacturing data spurred profit taking on exporters, but sharp shares gained on a deal with qualcomm. more on that coming up from tokyo. south korea kospi also lost a quarter of a percent today. heavy weight cost company underperformed as investors fear the possible bid for canadian mine may hurt it balance sheet. sherry has more details on that later. and in australia, investors shrugged off the rba rate cut which was largely priced in. we'll have more on that, as well. banks, miners and defensive stocks broadly lower. sensex trading higher by 0.2%. back to you. >> catch you a little later. that's the latest from singapore. let's get the view with daniel morris, jpmorgan. d
! >>> this is "worldwide exchange." i'm ross westgate. a one meter high tsunami hits the ming a sgi pre miyagi prefecture as a 7.3 earthquake strikes. job growth in the u.s. is expected to have slowed significantly in november. and bundesbank sharply lowers germany growth outlook for next year, down to a mere 0.4%. very good morning to you. slim gains yesterday for u.s. markets. right now we're called marginally higher. pretty flat opening actually. dow seven points below fair value. the nasdaq mini currently some four points below fair value and the s&p 500 also about 1.4 points below fair value, as well. so a cautious start. ftse yesterday up nine. right now flat. xetra dax currently just down four points, but it's at levels we haven't seen since january 15, 2008. and up nearly 28% this year. cac 40 up four point, ibex down half of 1%. despite sharply lower growth forecasts from both the ecb and the bundesbank again this morning. what it has done of course is help push down yields on bunds. you can see here this morning we're slightly higher on the session, but 1.30%. spanish yields a little bit higher
. >> jennifer: in 1969, dr. elizabeth kubler ross described what she called the classic five stages of grief. denial anger bargaining, depression and acceptance. and republicans, i'm sorry to say it, that pretty well describes your party after the shellacking you got in the election. some members of your party are further along in the stages of grief but the republicans all seem to fall somewhere along that spectrum. let's take a look. so first there's denial. as in everything's fine! carry on. none of this is really happening! that's where the majority of the republicans, at least in congress are. but we should cut them a little slack. afterall everybody from peggy noonan to karl rove assured them they would be in the white house by this time so they're understandably shock and distressed and poor speaker john boehner is hopelessly stuck in that stage. his is, of course, willful denial. a stubborn refusal to recognize reality are. but it is denial nonetheless. today, he dug in his heels. he refused to budge.
that you're talking about, people like panera, tjx, ross, the pet guys that you mentioned. it's a very recession resilient product. >> you have the most diversity of any of the real estate investors, isn't anyone that could take you down. >> kroger's the rest of our tenants, they're doing great. tjx, ross, safeway, the concentration of our tenants as you said, very diversified, very good names. and one of the things we're also working on is even more focusing our footprint to locations that are going to benefit from the growth because the markets we're in, texas, california, florida, the sun belt, the west, the good tax climates, the good business climates, places that benefit from immigration, migration, baby boomers, et cetera. >> well, that's important because one of the themes we've been hitting on is there's some things that can trump even what washington's done. meaning that they could set us back, but you've got some stories in here about areas that are just terrific where your development pipeline is and the storm balance sheet obviously. but it looks like you are in the genuin
that was supposed to be evicted to is still going strong. ktvu's rob ross live in the city here with why after 32 years that center is being forced out. rob. >> we're inside the haight ashbury recycling center. it's the oldest recycling center in san francisco. now, the center was supposed to be evicted today, but as you can see, it's still here. >> at the haight ashbury neighborhood council recycling center today, it was business as usual except for one de tail. the center next to stadium was supposed to shut down by today after 32 years being evicted. >> we're weight to hear from the sheriff, you know, and when the sheriff comes, we'll, you know, fight back. >> a spokesman for the sheriff's department told us it will evict the center rs just not today and no word on when. the city says the area isn't zoned for a recycling center and it doesn't belong in golden gate park even after more than three decades. >> there's a move from the neighborhood to convert the sight to a community garden which our commission felt was a much more appropriate use for a park site. >> some of the neighborhoods say w
because of his relationship with sara ross, who keithrick describes as being his older sister at school. >> she helped me with my school work, she helped me with school problems and all that type of stuff-- like say if for instance if i get put out of class she'll walk me around the school and sit down and well talk and she'll bring me back to class and i'll get back and do my work. >> reporter: ross, a baton rouge native, is in her second year at broadmoor, helping to lead the corps members here on their mission. >> we're here to tutor kids. we're here to make sure that they stay on track. we are here to make sure that they graduate. we want to prepare them for high school. >> reporter: but diplomas now also works to address more serious student problems that may go beyond the scope of what either school officials or city year can handle. >> those things that might be affecting their physical or mental health, such as suicidal ideas, loss of a parent or a loved one, incarceration of a parent, mental health diagnosis, physical health diagnosis all those things so it runs the >> reporte
. you know that. so now i know what wolf is getting me. >> we forgot to mention diana ross was great last night at the christmas in washington event. december 21st, diana ross. that's it for us. thanks for watching. "erin burnett out front" starts right now. >> out front next, president obama in michigan today, selling americans on his plan for taxes. we're 22 days away from the cliff. does the plan add up? >> and a daring rescue in afghanistan claimed the life of an american navy s.e.a.l. as we prepare to go to afghanistan, we take a closer look at the american troop presence and how many americans will stay. >>> and offfield violence leads to the death of two nfl players. why the violence on the field, though, is a much more important issue. let's go "out front." >> good evening, everyone. i'm erin burnett. "outfront" tonight, cliff, slope, grand canyon. i don't know, martian cave, jupiter like storm. is the fiscal cliff really a fiscal slope. a downward spiral to something much worse. the possibility of going off the cliff is just 22 days away, and it sounds pretty ominous, but it
. and it was hard, and ross will talk i think in a few minutes about reagan's own attitude towards nuclear weapons. i honestly believe it was in a visit to bonn, germany, in 1983 reagan actually saw several hundred thousand germans vigorously fighting in oppositiooppositio n to the deployment of those missiles. that he really internalized defensive opposition, sense of concern about nuclear weapons. .. we almost -- there are several points where we almost swerved off of the road. one of them, the famous walk in the woods by paul mitchell, and roswell will identify with this. george shultz and secretary of state for approximately a month came to the state department for somebody well versed in economics and business. he wasn't somebody who paid attention to the strategic nuclear balance at that time. i got a call and paul mitchell was coming in to have lunge from the state department and went to the lunch and paul and secretary shultz, on his informal chats with the russian ambassador on their proposed arms control which would have led to lower levels, not the zero option, but would not converge to
] >> we have a question here. >> [inaudible] ross is reopening a revival with al pacino playing a different role. your great and striking plays are rather cynical about american capitalism, and no great problem this. interestingly, harold pinter, his great play -- you've had nothing to do with his political message, but as a great or artist who's written some great plays, do you see yourself evolving that in some way, that in some way the way to articulate your politics and culture is going to be incorporated in your art in some way? >> well, i don't think any of my plays are political, i certainly hope they aren't, and also i don't think harold's are. he wrote a couple of accelerately political plays later in life, but husband plays were just -- his plays were just yumny. i don't think it's the place of the theater to be political. i shouldn't even be here tonight, actually. [applause] um, was i critical of capital? i was driving a cab at the time i wrote most of those early plays. and i'm not driving a cab 234eu8 anymore. [laughter] so, you know, i see -- if you're writing the
exchange" starts now. >>> and welcome to a special edition of reside worldwide. ross andcle reoff today for boxes day in -- kelly are off today for boxing day. for now, you is us. >> we'll start with a brief check on the markets. energy and metals are trading higher now, wtis up about 55 cents. brent crude up 65 cents. also want to check in on the gold price, as well. gold right now down about slightly under the flat line there, 1,-658. well below the 1,700 mark. the cme globex has been closed for christmas. it's going to reopen at 6:00 a.m. eastern time. that goes for treasuries and the foreign exchange market, as well. >> as for action in the overseas markets, the u.k. is closed today for boxing day as are some of the former brish colonies. in europe the dax down about there about 35 points, around half a percent. and overnight in japan, the nikkei, the yen falling to a 20-month low. you have the nikkei up 1.5%. the nikkei -- yen versus the dollar as shinzo abe returns to office as japan's new prime minister, promising monetary and fiscal reforms. we have the shanghai composite there
on an up or down vote, without having a majority of the majority. >> and ross, this is what speaker boehner said he wants to push off to the senate. but nothing we saw today can answer the big question. could house republicans now be ready to accept a compromise even if they don't like what is in it? >> i think a lot depends on what the democrats are willing to give at this point. and the democrats sort of have an interesting dilemma where it is sort of the bird in the hand issue, right? i think if you do have something come out of the senate where the tax threshhold goes up to $400,000, rather than 250,000, where there is some concession to democrats and republicans, i think there would be a lot of pressure on boehner to bring it to a vote and to have it pass again. it probably wouldn't pass with the majority of the majority. it would end up passing with a chunk of republicans, and a lot of democrats. but if the democrats just want to push things and say no, it is 250,000, i mean, that might not get out of the senate. and if it gets out of the senate i don't think it gets to the house. >>
on the investigation, brian ross our chief investigative correspondent and, brian, investigators are beginning to piece together what happened in that terrifying ten minutes in the school. >> that's right, george, they say they are making good progress in knowing much of the how, although less of the why of the stunning crime. in particular, they are focusing on the weapons used, there were three weapons recovered, two handguns and a semiautomatic assault-style rifle that authorities believe was owned actually by adam lanza's mother, nancy. her friends say she was a gun enthusiast who bought the weapons for self-defense when she was divorced and lived in a large home by herself and often took her sons, her friends say, to a nearby firing range for target practice. >> so they confirm that the weapons belonged to her, but there had also been some reports, at least one in the "l.a. times" that the shooter may have tried to buy a weapon recently. >> our reporting doesn't confirm that, and the fact is in connecticut, there is a waiting period to buy any weapon. you need a permit to buy a handgun, not a long
. >> reporter: but closure for the families of deborah ross and ersie everette known as chuck will have to wait. the judge has reaskedded the official sentence -- rescheduled the official sentencing of the killer nathan burris until january 18. they were gunned down at the richmond/san rafael tollbooth in 2009. burris was ross' ex-boyfriend the sentencing was supposed to happen today after a jury handed down the death penalty back in november. family members were prepared to read victim impact statements but instead, it was burris and his advisory counsel who spoke asking for a new date. burris represents himself and says the sheriff's department revoked his pro per leaving him without access to a library or any way to research and prepare. >> to me, it's a joke now. he's a joke. you know? he is trying to do anything he can to stay in the county jail. >> we are used to his antics now, you know, we kind of expect something he is going to do something. you kind of roll with the punches. but the main thing is that we know this is coming to an end. we know that we're going to be able to move on. >
creek to avoid a sobriety test and ross on christmas eve. video showed parties during a search for the man on thursday. >> another attempt at a search is yet to be scheduled. his family members are putting up through or to encourage help from anyone with the boat that could be used in the search. >> san francisco please and asking the public's help in finding a mother thereof the woman and her older dog. >> police said the woman pulled her car over friday and the street in the tenderloin district when a man came up to her and demanded money. >> after giving the man your money, police said the mother grabbed the one installed in rodent the street. >> the dog died after being taken to an emergency that an area hospital. >> san francisco will no longer have free parking on sundays. >> starting january 6th, the city's nearly 3,000 m will start excepting cash and credit seven days a week. >> on sundays meters will be in force from noon to 6:00 p.m.. >> citywide charging between 25¢ to $5.75 an hour depending on whether located. >> some say they find a new change startling and disap
ross. >> reporter: increasingly, adam was so troubled he would not leave the house. and his mother, nancy, the last few months, told friends she was losing control of her 20-year-old son. >> it was just getting a little harder for her as time went on. >> reporter: nancy lanza was a regular here at this newtown bar and restaurant where the owners say she told them about her struggles with adam's behavioral problems for years. >> she home schooled him and everything. i knew he was on medication, but that's all i know. >> reporter: since elementary school at sandy hook through high school, adam was known by classmates as change, severely shy. >> he hated looking at your eyes for more than a couple seconds. he would always look down at his paper or whatever he was doing. >> reporter: a former babysitter says he was told by the mother to never leave adam alone. >> never go to the bathroom or turn your back on him at any time. >> reporter: the former school security director, who became close to adam when he was in the high school tech club, said adam had several disorders, including the
: "you have no legal rights." >> and then there's ross hopkins. he worked for an anheuser-busch budweiser distributor in colorado. >> i went out on a date with my girlfriend, and we went to a country bar. and the waitress had delivered a coors by mistake. and, you know, i just told her, "well, you know, i'll take it." but then he ran into the boss' son in law, who offered to buy him a bud. he says he declined, and the next day at work... >> at the end of the day, they had pulled me in and told me that they were letting me go for drinking that coors, you know? and they told me to leave. >> what was your reaction? >> i was very surprised. very surprised. >> he sued the budweiser distributor for wrongful termination. both parties refuse to discuss the final resolution. >> just between us, ross, what do you prefer, coors or bud? >> i use to really like anheuser-busch, but... you know, this just tastes better and better and better. [dance music playing] >> most companies don't care what beer you drink. it's how much you drink or smoke or eat. james ramsey, the president of the university of lo
board of supervisors. when ross was the supervisor here you only making 33,000. we voted that youz/( -w would me over 115 so that you could do the work -- to san francisco county. so we want you to do what we want you to do for the people. we know world aids day is coming up december 1 at the castro you know, it'sjlj?2 timeÑbpj t thanksgiving, think about what you have did for the people in this city. just think about that when you -- that naked bird. thank you. >> president chiu: thanks. next speaker. >> i'm peterú(Û warfield execue director of the users library association. two things, library decision-making and the open hours hearings that recently concluded, you may have heard very poor publicity. there's a great deal to be said about that. but i could certainly say that building in which a meeting was about to go on, or had gone on, or was goingeijpson, without hg the slightest idea from any kind of signage that there was a meeting happening. and there was nothing very -- there was nothing evident from the signs that were posted that these meetings were extraordinary meetin
years. bernard zager and janine ross hadn't been an item since the 1940s, and that all changed three years ago after they met on classmates.com. at the tender ages of 86 and 84, they finally tied the knot in las vegas. aww. that is just too cute. better late than never. >>> now to sports. "sunday night football," eagles and cowboys. philadelphia had the ball late in the game but a fumble was picked up by morris claiborne. cowboys downed the eagles 38-33. there you go. >>> chicago now in overtime, seattle kquarterback russell wilson hit sidney rice for a 13-yard touchdown. and the seahawks get a dramatic win over the bears, 23-17. >>> after finishing in a tie earlier this season, st. louis and san francisco were tied in regulation. then the rams kicked a field goal in overtime for the 16-13 win over the 49ers. >>> and pittsburgh's quarterback, charlie batch, leads a fourth quarter comeback against baltimore, and the steelers kicked a field goal as time ran out for a victory over the ravens, 23-20. >>> now to college ball, notre dame number one in the bcs standings will face number two
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